Use of Essential Oils by Health Care Professionals for Health Maintenance.

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Summary of "Use of Essential Oils by Health Care Professionals for Health Maintenance."

This study explores essential oils' use by health care professionals for health maintenance. A qualitative, descriptive design was employed, and a convenience sample of 10 participants was interviewed. Four themes were identified: an essential oils' community, essential oils' use, essential oils' acceptance, and essential oils' benefits and harms.


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Name: Holistic nursing practice
ISSN: 1550-5138


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